Pet Laser Therapy in DeRidder and Leesville, LA Pain Relief for Dogs & Cats

It can be difficult to tell when pets are in pain. Due to their natural instincts, they often attempt to hide any sign of illness or injury, which would have kept them from looking vulnerable in the wild. Nowadays, however, it’s less of a survival tactic and more of a guessing game for us! Luckily, veterinary medicine has come a long way in pain management for dogs and cats, and we not only better understand pain in pets, but are also able to offer them effective relief. We’re pleased to be able to offer a variety of options for pain relief in dogs and cats at our animal hospitals in Leesville, LA, and DeRidder, LA, including pet laser therapy. Learn more by calling us at Hayes Veterinary Hospital: (337) 463-7011 or Entrance Road Veterinary Clinic: (337) 537-2454.

Our Pain Management Options

Both of our locations have varied pain management options, including laser therapy, and pain medications. Here is a list of what is offered at each location:

Entrance Road Veterinary Clinic in Leesville, LA

  • Laser therapy
  • Pain medications for cats and dogs

Hayes Veterinary Hospital in DeRidder, LA

  • Pain medications for cats and dogs

Is your pet limping or suffering from an injury? Get them pain relief with our pain management modalities!

or call
Hayes Veterinary Hospital:
(337) 463-7011

Entrance Road Veterinary Clinic:
(337) 537-2454

cat and dog pain relief in deridder, la and leesville, la
Pain relief for dogs and cats in DeRidder, LA and Leesville, LA

How Pet Laser Therapy Works

Laser therapy is non-invasive, drug-free, and bears no side effects for our patients. It uses concentrated light energy emitted through a handheld device that penetrates deep into damaged tissue. The light energizes cells and stimulates other physiological changes to take place that help to:

  • Reduce inflammation
  • Reduce pain and discomfort
  • Increase blood circulation
  • Promote faster healing

Pets Who Benefit from Laser Therapy

Almost any pet with pain will benefit from our therapeutic laser. The only indication where we cannot use the laser is if a pet has cancer, or we suspect cancer because the light could promote the growth of cancer cells. Otherwise, there is a variety of conditions that laser therapy can help treat including:

  • Arthritis
  • Old age aches and pains
  • Back and neck pain
  • Joint injuries
  • Wound healing
  • Post-operative recovery
  • Orthopedic conditions
  • Lick granulomas
  • Hot spots
  • Ear infections
  • And more

Please contact Entrance Road Veterinary Clinic today at (337) 537-2454 for more information about pet laser therapy!